CU 2.0 Podcast Episode 268 Kirk Kordeleski on Getting Real Results from Industry Events aka How to Make Meetings Work for You
Have you ever spent two days at an industry meeting and on your flight home you found yourself wondering, why did I go there? Did I get a thing useful out of this?
BNPL. When we talked with Bryce Deeney, CEO of Equipifi, about his BNPL focused startup in December 2021 BNPL probably sounded to most listeners like a new alphabet soup and who really cared about it?
Fednow just may change your credit union’s entire approach to how money moves in and out.
What’s in your fintech blueprint?
How many zombie members are on your credit union’s books? You know who we mean – they sometimes also are called ghost members. They have a few bucks parked in the institution from back when they became members but, nowadays, they are mainly invisible. And worse: the credit union often charges no monthly fee but […]
Consider this show all you want to know about credit union boards and gender and ethnic composition.
What’s in a name? Shakespeare asked that question but right now lots of credit union leaders are doing likewise. For good reason. The institution’s name may no longer suit the present realities as SEGs fade away, geographic bases shift and sometimes, just maybe, there’s a sense that a more timely name might well have greater […]
Bill Partin, the recently retired CEO at nearly $2 billion Sharonview Federal Credit Union in the Carolinas, went there after a long career at multiple Southern California credit unions where he ended in the c-suite at Partners, the Burbank-based institution created to serve Walt Disney Company employees.
CDA – three letters but, ask Matthew Butler, and he will tell you this is a potential huge win for credit unions and their communities.,
$200 billion. That is how much money is in the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund and one credit union voice that has been loud in seeking a share is Inclusiv, the trade group for community development credit unions that now has 470 members.